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BDS Marketing Research publish suite of annual outputs and market share reports for 2020

BDS Marketing Research have recently published their annual suite of industry-focused ‘outputs and market share reports’ for 2020, these include:

‘Estimated Outputs of Pits & Quarries and Marine Wharves in Great Britain’. In 2020, over 700 aggregates sites were identified and BDS estimated the primary aggregates market in Great Britain to be more than 160 million tonnes.

‘Estimated Outputs of Asphalt Plants in Great Britain’. In 2020, the asphalt market in Great Britain was estimated to be around 25 million tonnes. More than 30 companies and nearly 270 asphalt plants were identified in the latest report.

‘Estimated Outputs of Ready-Mix Concrete Companies in Great Britain’. In 2020, 1,360 RMX plants were identified to be operational in Great Britain, with the total estimated market of more than 21 million cubic metres.

‘Estimated Movements of Aggregates from Rail Depots in Great Britain’. BDS estimated around 18.5 million tonnes of aggregates were moved from more than 80 rail depots in Great Britain in 2020.

‘Estimated Outputs of Concrete Product Plants in Great Britain’. BDS produced three individual reports to reflect outputs for 2020 for concrete building block plants, concrete block paving plants, and concrete paving slab plants.

In 2020, BDS estimated the GB concrete building block market to be nearly 64 million square metres, the GB concrete block paving market to be around 16 million square metres, and the GB concrete paving slab market to be almost 14 million square metres.

To purchase a copy of any of the reports, email: [email protected]

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